Company name:


How much can I borrow?

Up to £1,000 for new customers, or up to £1,500 for existing customers.

When can I receive the loan?

Applications take several minutes and once approved, you could receive the money within ten minutes.

What does this company offer?

QuickQuid offers convenient loan amounts, multiple repayment options, and fast funding.

Am I eligible?

To apply with QuickQuid, you must be at least 18 years old, a UK resident and have a bank account and debit card. You must be employed and receive a regular pay check. You also need to have a mobile phone and email address.

Further information:

Your credit history will be assessed when you apply, but you do not need perfect credit. If it is poor, but you have worked to improve it, then you are unlikely to be rejected. QuickQuid offer three different repayment options: The first has you repay all the costs on the repayment date. The second has you pay just the interest on your first repayment date, and then your loan and additional interest on the next repayment date. The third and final option has you pay interest on your first two repayment dates, before finally repaying the loan and additional interest on the third repayment date. You can repay the loan early with no penalties. Their interest rate is capped at 0.8%, and you may be charged up to £15 for a late repayment. Customers can only have one loan at a time. If you are not satisfied you can repay the loan within 24 hours with no interest charged.


483 Green Lanes, London, N13 4BS

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